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Sunday, October 08, 2006

Hiatus Announcement

For some unknown reason, Internet connection is no longer available at the room where I am staying in the University of British Columbia campus. It is not known when the problem will be solved, but anyway I will be leaving Vancouver next Thursday, going to California for one week before returning to Nottingham. So posting is likely to be severly reduced, if not cut off altogether, for the following couple of weeks. I hope my Loyal Readers remain, well, Loyal, in spite of this interruption.


  • How was California? I'm sitting here in Canada, desperately waiting for my winter clothes to arrive, and miss the beach... Best, B.

    By Blogger Bee, at 7:28 PM, October 16, 2006  

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    By Anonymous voip word, at 7:28 PM, October 16, 2006  

  • Hi Bee, California is beautiful (as always I guess, but I hadn't been here before...) I've been four days in Stanford (a couple of them spent in walking the whole of San Francisco) and now I am in Caltech and trying to see as much as I can of LA... Sadly I don't think there will be time to go to Santa Barbara! I'm flying back on Wednesday.

    Hope your winter clothes arrive soon... it must be tough there without them. Vancouver was still pretty mild when I left it.

    Best, Alejandro

    By Blogger Alejandro, at 6:41 AM, October 17, 2006  

  • Así que en lugar de surfear en la web vas a surfear posta?

    By Blogger DrNitro, at 9:13 PM, October 18, 2006  

  • Hi Alejandro,

    we've had snow last week! I wish I was in Santa Barbara. Sitting here and thinking, why couldn't they build their @$%#@#!-Institute in California? But good news: my clothes arrived :-) Hope you have fun in LA (imo one of the most ugly cities on earth, I apologize).

    Btw, I haven't forgotten your thoughtful answer to my causality question... now that my files re-appeared I will hopefully be back to work soon, and go on thinking about the matter. (Oohm, except that there is this workshop, and then I have a visitor next week, and then there is the deadline for...)

    Will you have some photos of your trip on the blog? Would be nice!



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